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Cuckoo Clocks62 of 94Black Forest Cuckoo Clock, Musical w/Dancers German cuckoo clock
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Posted 6 years ago


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The whole house is shingled and right below the little window where the bird comes out are four Hummel-like figures of children that go round and round when the music plays. The face is roman numeral and the hands are wooden. There are three brass pine-cone shaped weights and a pendulum with a rose pattern on the outside rim of it. On the back of the clock is gold plate that says "Original Masterpiece CCC Triberg" On the side of the clock is a metal plate that on the left side reads "Wren Bazaar", a symbol of a building of some sort that says Big Ben under it, and the name of G. Burger and then on the right side it says "Made with love member of the Cuckoo Collectors Club Triberg". Please see the pictures attached. If anyone has any information on it, please let me know, my email is Thank you very much!


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  1. tween011, 6 years ago
    I believe what you have is a black forest clock
  2. soon2bedba, 6 years ago
    Tween011, yes I believe you are you know any additional information?
  3. Bruce99 Bruce99, 6 years ago
    I don't collect Cuckoos but I can see that this clock must sound fantastic with the dual bird whistles and that large, coiled cathedral bell. Is there a Cuckoo Collectors Club (CCC) member in the house?
  4. olegaclockman47 olegaclockman47, 6 years ago
    Thats a nice cuckoo clock, wish i had one in my collection.
    love it. this is the first time ive seen one with a gong strike that size
  5. soon2bedba, 2 years ago
    Hello again!! Wow, it's been 4 years since I last posted on this site! Time flies!! Anyway, I'm actually in England now and was so excited to find that my cuckoo clock was still with me, after being in storage for over 4 years in North Carolina! To be honest, I thought I either lost it or sold it. Fortunately, neither had happened. I've actually been to Germany a few times looking for a replacement, but never found a suitable one. Can you can imagine my pleasure when I found it packed away? It's in generally OK condition, but in obvious need of some TLC, something I plan to do very soon. It runs and cuckoo's, but the music box doesn't shut off when it should. No worries, I've just disconnected that weight for now. Lol. Cheers for reading!!
  6. IvanPetrovich, 8 months ago
    I was stationed in Germany between 1990 - 1993 and the CCC was sort of a consortium of clock makers in Triberg that joined together to make very special Cuckoo Clocks. I bought several and the major difference was that each part of the CCC clocks was hand-carved and the people rotating around were also hand-carved (not like the ones bought from the orient with slanted eyes). The CCC clocks were the premium clocks available vs. the tourist clocks sold in places like The House of Clocks and others. I was later stationed in Brussels 1998 - 2001 and was sad to find that the CCC consortium had broken down and was no longer making clocks :( If you have one, and it looks like one to me, then you have a very special clock, in my humble opinion. I have no idea where you would find a legitimate appraisal. Cheers!

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